Huddersfield boxer Tyrone Nurse’s British light-welterweight title clash with Welshman Chris Jenkins is back on.
The showdown which was postponed in April after Jenkins suffered food poisoning late in the build-up will be at Manchester Arena on Saturday, July 18.
The big bout will be on the same card as Scott Quigg’s WBA super-bantamweight title clash with Spaniard Kiko Martinez.
Heavyweight ace Anthony Joshua will also feature.
In a double bonus for Huddersfield fight fans, Ismail Anwar will challenge Robbie Barrett for his Central area lightweight title at Barnsley Metrodome on Friday, June 26.
After last month’s showdown with Jenkins, scheduled for Leeds Arena, fell through, Nurse outpointed Manchester’s previously unbeaten Liam Taylor over 10 rounds.
It was the 25-year-old’s 31st win in 33 professional bouts.
Former Central area, British Masters and English champion Nurse will be fighting for the vacant British belt in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
And he aims to make up for only a second career defeat in his Commonwealth title clash with Derby’s Dave Ryan in Leeds in October.
“It’s a big chance for Tyrone, and he can’t wait,” said trainer Chris Aston.
“The defeat by Dave Ryan was a disappointment, but Tyrone is nine months older and more experienced.
“He’ll go into the Jenkins fight on the back of two wins and feeling confident.”
Jenkins has been waiting for his shot at the British title since romping to victory in Prizefighter in July 2013.
He picked up the WBC International title last year and a first-round stoppage of Poland’s Jacek Wylezol in October extended his impressive record.
Anwar, 23, beat Barrett over six rounds at Doncaster two years ago.
Since then the Darfield fighter has hit form, winning his last four fights on the trot.